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Examining the customer journey of PAYG SHS customers

2021-01-07T16:17:30+00:00

  Based on her research Vivien Kizilcec shows in this poster the metodology she applied on her studies on examining the costumers journey  The aim of my research is to advance our understanding of the entire pay-as-you-go (PAYG) solar home system (SHS) customer journey in East Africa

Examining the customer journey of PAYG SHS customers2021-01-07T16:17:30+00:00

Electrifying the City from Below – Towards Distributed Energy Governance

2021-01-07T14:38:11+00:00

  Ami Crowther as a PhD researcher at the School of Education, Environment and Development at Manchester University developed this poster showing how her research focuses on the key role of citizen and institutions associated with energy systems. Cities are increasingly considered key sites for low-carbon transitions

Electrifying the City from Below – Towards Distributed Energy Governance2021-01-07T14:38:11+00:00

(Re-) Making Urban Economies. Sustainability Beyond Capitalism

2021-01-07T12:46:03+00:00

  Olga Koretskaya focuses in her research on how could academic literature generate potential social impact using sustainability transformations beyond capitalism and find new ways to improve societal debate in different fields This PhD project focuses on makers and makerspaces in urban economies and their potential to

(Re-) Making Urban Economies. Sustainability Beyond Capitalism2021-01-07T12:46:03+00:00

Who owns the wind? A Political Economy of Wind Energy

2021-01-07T12:38:43+00:00

  Robert Wade, PhD Student at School of Natural and Built Environment, Queen’s University Belfast describes in this blogpost how critital the distributions of property rights in renewable energy production lands are. The relatively extensive spatial requirements of renewable energy technologies means that landowners whose land is

Who owns the wind? A Political Economy of Wind Energy2021-01-07T12:38:43+00:00

In what way energy precarity research could be impactful?

2021-01-04T13:49:46+00:00

In this blogpost Anaïs Varo, PhD candidate at University of Girona explains, based on her research, the impact of energy precarity research from academic, policy and dissemination impact My research is focus on energy precarity, understood as energy deprivation situations not often included in energy poverty phenomena, through  intersectionality lens.  

In what way energy precarity research could be impactful?2021-01-04T13:49:46+00:00

Horizon Scanning: Social Sciences and Humanities priority research questions on energy

2021-01-19T11:22:51+00:00

Each of these four Horizon Scanning reports present 100 priority Social Sciences and Humanities (SSH) research questions. Specifically, each report details what a cross-section of SSH communities would like themselves to see receiving more funding through EU framework programmes, such as the forthcoming EU Horizon Europe. Our recommendations were submitted to the European Commission’s Directorate-General

Horizon Scanning: Social Sciences and Humanities priority research questions on energy2021-01-19T11:22:51+00:00

Science, meet policy: my insights from The Energy-SHIFTS Policy Fellowship

2020-09-14T09:13:55+00:00

How to move forward with the energy transition remains by and large a technical and economical debate. Yet Social Science and Humanity Researchers are convinced that justice and inclusion are crucial to the progress of this transition. As part of the Energy-SHIFTS policy fellowship programme, DRIFT researcher Nena Bode took on the role of

Science, meet policy: my insights from The Energy-SHIFTS Policy Fellowship2020-09-14T09:13:55+00:00

Key users and overarching goals: channelling the social sciences and humanities to create the mobility system of the future

2020-09-15T10:16:07+00:00

The whole project and experience highlighted the importance of collaboration between experts working in different fields

Key users and overarching goals: channelling the social sciences and humanities to create the mobility system of the future2020-09-15T10:16:07+00:00
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